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Major Alexander Tulloch of Dunbennan

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Rolland, Col. Alexander Tulloch, Indian Army (Retired). Joined the Service in the Madras Army as Ensign, 1856; served as Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent; transferred to Police Department as Deputy Inspector-General, 1885; acted as Commissioner of Police, Madras, 1889; reverted to Military , 1893.

Meantime the motor lifeboat Alexander Tulloch whose headquarters are within 50 yards of the scene of the wreck, had in face of the tremendous waves, managed to put out to the bay its task of trying to save the shipwrecked crew was a extremely trying one, a hurricane wind on a lee shore having to be encounter before the stranded vessel could be approached, The lifeboat succeeded in making the harbour entrance with the purpose of floating down upon the Tom Tit, but before this could be accomplished a tremendous sea caught the boat, carried her a considerable distance westwards, and dashed her upon the rocks near Corporation Bathes, which were being swept every moment by mountainous seas.

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Meantime the motor lifeboat Alexander Tulloch whose headquarters are within 50 yards of the scene of the wreck, had in face of the tremendous waves, managed to put out to the bay its task of trying to save the shipwrecked crew was a extremely trying one, a hurricane wind on a lee shore having to be encounter before the stranded vessel could be approached, The lifeboat succeeded in making the harbour entrance with the purpose of floating down upon the Tom Tit, but before this could be accomplished a tremendous sea caught the boat, carried her a considerable distance westwards, and dashed her upon the rocks near Corporation Bathes, which were being swept every moment by mountainous seas.

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